ERITREA: FGM STILL WIDELY PRACTICED ESPECIALLY INFIBULATION
- Infibulation still practiced by Somalis in North-Eastern Kenya. // Women's International Network News;Winter99, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p35
Reports that infibulation, called circumcision, is still practiced in the Somali community and is performed by Traditional Birth Attendants (TBA). How infibulation is practiced in Somali; Opposition to the practice.
- Dealing sensitively with the issue of female circumcision. Cembrowicz, Stefan // Pulse;5/27/2002, Vol. 62 Issue 21, p66
Focuses on female circumcision. Reasons for female circumcision; Risks of female circumcision; Pieces of advice in dealing with circumcised female patients.
- FGM in Sudan: Any Hope for Change? // Women's International Network News;Winter2000, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p34
Focuses on the practice of infibulation, a female genital mutilation (FGM) in Sudan. Social and cultural implications of the practice; Disadvantages of the practice; Programs and campaigns which aimed prohibit FGM.
- FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION. // Australian Nursing Journal;Nov97, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p18
Focuses on the extreme form of female genital mutilation called infibulation performed on Afar girls in Ethiopia. Procedure followed in the surgery; Age brackets of girls where the surgery is applicable; Psychological and physiological effects of the surgery; Reasons why infibulation is practiced.
- 200m suffering female genital mutilation, UN. // Asian Pacific Post;2/11/2016, p17
The article offers information on the statistical report from the UNICEF which found that a total of 200 million women and girls from about 30 countries have suffered from female circumcision or genital mutilation.
- Female Circumcision in Egypt. A Critical Approach. Aixelà, Yolanda // Scientific Journal of Humanistic Studies;Mar2010, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p1
The objective of this article is to present the practice of female circumcision in Egypt, describing its characteristics and significance. The text also approaches the juridic legality, monotheisms, and feminist movements with the purpose of explaining why this practice is still being defended...
- Turning up the volume on our sisters' voices. Saran, Ama R. // Essence (Essence);Apr98, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p172
Focuses on the health consequences of female genital mutilation, a ritual procedure in African women. Surgical procedures used; Investigation conducted in the United States in 1996 on the issue; Effect of infibulation on child birth; Preventive measures used to alleviate the problem; Counseling...
- DOES FEMALE CIRCUMCISION AFFECT INFERTILITY AND FERTILITY? A STUDY OF THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, COTE D'IVOIRE, AND TANZANIA. Larsen, Ulla; Yan, Sharon // Demography;Aug2000, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p313
The article examines the effect of female circumcision on fertility and infertility in women in Africa. The main finding of this analysis is that female circumcision is not associated with increased infertility nor with reduced fertility in the Central African Republic, CÃ´te d'Ivoire, and...
- Outpatients' Perspectives on Problems and Needs Related to Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: A Qualitative Study from Somaliland. Fried, Sarah; Warsame, Amina Mahmoud; Berggren, Vanja; Isman, Elisabeth; Johansson, Annika // Obstetrics & Gynecology International;2013, p1
Aim. To explore female outpatients' perspectives on problems related to female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) and their views on information, care, and counseling. Setting. An FGM/C support center at a maternity clinic in Hargeisa, Somaliland. Methods. A qualitative, descriptive study, using...